autumn nature haiku poems

wind carries
a leaf away
sweet release


a haiku example related to this post: autumn nature haiku poem


also posted for autumn haiku 2008


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19 comments:

  1. I've recently become a fan of poetry so I enjoyed this blog.I posted my top ten blog picks on the 4th.Although you weren't in the running for this month's blog because your blog was submitted after I'd already picked my top ten,your blog is still in the running for next month's list.I really like your poems,keep writing them and I'll keep reading them and you have a great chance of making the list.Thanks for your interest in The Top Ten.

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  2. I lost your blog link for a few days! I was desparately worried I wouldn't find you again! I love your haiku's! You are so talented. And kind. I love kind people!

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  3. I hope this sweet release is as simple as forgetting someone I loved.

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  4. thanks for the comment, t.r. mintz. :)

    it's gratifying to hear that you like what i write. thanks. :)

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  5. thanks for the comment, life with kaishon. :)

    thanks for the kind words. :) i find a lot of very kind people wandering around in the haiku circles, as well as on other blogs online. :)

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  6. thanks for the comment, art and poetry. :)

    am glad you like it. :)

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  7. thanks for the comment, jodapoet. :)

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  8. thanks for the comment, gem. :)

    ah. that can be difficult. :O

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  9. Wind fails to carry away some..

    some leaves just float around, sweetly :-)


    wishes!
    devika

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  10. I am not familiar with haiku. As poetry, are they always so short?

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  11. thanks for the comment, devika. :)

    indeed. refusing to touch down. :)

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  12. thanks for the comment, polona. :)

    am glad you like it. :)

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  13. thanks for the comment, sire. :)

    yup, i believe so. usually set at three lines, and at or under 17 syllables.

    thanks for visiting. :)

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  14. Veeeerrry interesting...that "sweet release" fitting so well with the leaf, but so unexpectedly....

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  15. thanks for the comment, yoga for cynics. :)

    am glad you could drop by.

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  16. Not so good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i can do better

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